Darfur: We Know What Works

By Elizabeth Palmberg 11-19-2007

Here's the good news about Darfur: we know it is doable to force the regime in Khartoum to back away from its genocidal divide-and-conquer strategies. We know this because the U.S. helped do it once already: it led international pressure that forced Khartoum to a peace accord and power-sharing agreement with southern Sudan in 2005. If we want to preserve the peace in the south, stop the genocide in Darfur, and prevent Genocide Round Three from happening in Sudan's eastern Beja region, we need to remember the lessons of the last seven years.

Here's the genocidal strategy Khartoum has repeatedly employed: when rebel groups form in Sudan's provincial areas

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